PCB Trace Propagation Delay
On your PCB, your trace connects one component to another. The time is takes for a signal to move along a particular connection is the propagation delay. The formula for propagation delay is trace distance divided by the propagation velocity. If your signal does not run properly through a trace, then you will need to reconsider your design.
One way to verify your calculations and designs is to run simulations. CircuitStudio offers XSPICE analog and digital simulation, so you can make sure your connections and design are error-free.
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